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GENE SIMMONS To Play First Post-KISS Concert At Rock & Brews Grand Opening In Ridgefield, Washington

Gene Simmons and his solo band will perform at the grand opening of the Rock & Brews restaurant at the Ilani dining and entertainment destination in Ridgefield, Washington on April 23. It will mark the KISS bassist/vocalist's first live appearance since the legendary rock act concluded its "End...
April 19, 2024
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Ex-SKID ROW Singer ERIK GRÖNWALL Shares Cover Of 'I Will Always Love You'

Former SKID ROW singer Erik Grönwall has released his cover version of "I Will Always Love You", the love ballad made famous by Whitney Houston and Dolly Parton (who wrote the song). You can check it out below. Late last month, Grönwall, who was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in March 2...
April 19, 2024
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ROBERT PLANT Becomes Patron Of Charity Supporting Homeless People

LED ZEPPELIN legend Robert Plant has become patron of a U.K. charity supporting homeless people. The singer has partnered with Wolverhampton-based Good Shepherd after inviting it to publicize its work at his concert in the city last year and visiting its headquarters. Plant has been a longtime suppo...
April 19, 2024
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IAN GILLAN: 'Portraits' Photo Book Coming From RUFUS PUBLICATIONS

"Portraits Of Gillan", the latest book in the new "Portraits" series from Rufus Publications, is a photographic celebration of Ian Gillan's post-DEEP PURPLE career, published as a brand-new coffee-table book tracing his career with a mixture of well-known, rare and unseen photographs from some of ro...
April 19, 2024
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Watch: SCORPIONS Dedicate 'Send Me An Angel' To JAMES KOTTAK At Las Vegas Concert

SCORPIONS dedicated the song "Send Me An Angel" to their late drummer James Kottak during the opening concert of their Las Vegas residency on April 11 at Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Prior to launching into the track, frontman Klaus Meine told the crowd: "We shared the stag...
April 19, 2024
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BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE And TRIVIUM Announce Continental European Dates For 'The Poisoned Ascendancy' Tour

BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE and TRIVIUM have announced the continental European dates for "The Poisoned Ascendancy" tour. "The Poisoned Ascendancy" will launch in the U.K. in late January 2025 for six shows, before the two bands, along with support act ORBIT CULTURE, head over to mainland Europe for 18...
April 19, 2024
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Current And Former Members Of ICE NINE KILLS And FROM ASHES Form New Band HILLHAVEN

Current and former members of ICE NINE KILLS and FROM ASHES TO NEW have formed a brand new band called HILLHAVEN. Today, they have shared the video for the new single "Damned To Dream". HILLHAVEN's lineup is comprised of Chris Kelly (ex-ICE NINE KILLS, ex-GALACTIC EMPIRE, and a rumored member of the...
April 19, 2024
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STAIND Shares Animated Music Video For 'Better Days' Featuring DOROTHY

STAIND has released an animated music video for the song "Better Days" featuring Dorothy. The track is taken from the band's latest album, "Confessions Of The Fallen", which arrived last September. "Better Days", an emotionally charged power ballad that is classic STAIND, marks the first time the ba...
April 19, 2024
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Watch: JUDAS PRIEST Kicks Off U.S. Leg Of 2024 'Invincible Shield' Tour In Wallingford, Connecticut

British heavy metal legends JUDAS PRIEST kicked off the U.S. leg of their "Invincible Shield" world tour last night (Thursday, April 18) at Toyota Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, Connecticut. PRIEST's 18-song setlist included three songs from the band's latest album, "Invincible Shield": the title t...
April 19, 2024
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CREED Plays First Concert In 12 Years: Video, Photos

CREED played its first show in 12 years earlier today (Thursday, April 18) as the headliners of the Summer Of '99 cruise. The band's lineup of Scott Stapp, Mark Tremonti, Brian Marshall and Scott Phillips is playing two shows during the cruise, which is traveling from Miami to the Bahamas between Ap...
April 18, 2024
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ACCEPT's WOLF HOFFMANN On Producer ANDY SNEAP: 'He's Kind Of A Member Of The Family'

In a new interview with Chris Akin Presents, ACCEPT guitarist Wolf Hoffmann spoke about the band's nearly decade-and-a-half-long working relationship with British producer Andy Sneap, who is also a touring guitarist for JUDAS PRIEST. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): "He's kind of a memb...
April 18, 2024
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PHIL MOGG Says UFO Is Over: 'It's Come To A Conclusion'

In a new interview with Ultimate Classic Rock to promote the 2024 remastered reissue of UFO's 1977 album "Lights Out", UFO frontman Phil Mogg was asked if there is still "more to do" with the band. He responded: "No, no. I think it's come to a conclusion. We did that last U.K. tour in 2019, just bef...
April 18, 2024
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BRUCE DICKINSON's Guitarist PHILIP NÄSLUND Shares Video Blogs From First Shows Of 'The Mandrake Project' Tour

Guitarist Philip Näslund, who recently joined IRON MAIDEN vocalist Bruce Dickinson's solo band, has shared two video blogs covering the rehearsals for, as well as the first three shows of, "The Mandrake Project" world tour. Check them out below. Näslund is a Swedish guitarist, songwriter and produce...
April 18, 2024
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SUM 41's DERYCK WHIBLEY On Putting The Band To Rest: 'It Was A Tough Decision'

In a new interview with Brazil's A Rádio Rock, SUM 41 vocalist Deryck Whibley spoke about the band's decision to call it quits after the completion of the tour in support of SUM 41's latest album, "Heaven :x: Hell". He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): "It was a tough decision because I lov...
April 18, 2024
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THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Pays Tribute To DICKEY BETTS: 'You Will Be Forever Remembered And Deeply Missed'

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND have issued a statement on the passing of the band's founding member Dickey Betts. Dickey died Thursday morning (April 18) at the age of 80. The cause was cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Betts's manager David Spero confirmed to Rolling Stone. In their state...
April 18, 2024